Gulf Publishing Company partners with Hamriyah Free Zone Authority
To further promote the petrochemical, oil and gas sector of the Hamriyah Free Zone, the Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) has signed a strategic partnership with Gulf Publishing Company (GPC), the world’s largest independent media company devoted exclusively to the global energy industry for more than 100 yr.
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There are several benefits to come from the partnership, HFZA said in a press release. HFZA’s petrochemical, oil and gas sector will utilize the global platform of GPC to highlight companies, business activates, products and services to boost business and network on an international level.
GPC will also be publishing a special report on the Hamriyah Free Zone, focusing on the petrochemical, oil and gas sector, which will be distributed with GPC’s publications including, World Oil, Hydrocarbon Processing, Pipeline & Gas Journal and Gas Processing this year. The special report will be distributed to more than 100,000 readers worldwide, including top executives and key decision makers in the global petrochemical, energy, oil and gas industry.
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